us too,lol... so I give it til I can touch it without it being to hot,lmao
It sounds really good Elfie. I will print and file it for a weekend. I too will skip the soy flour. I have a thyroid issue and they recommend no or very limited soy products.
A girl at work just gave me the Amish Friendship Bread starter...bread on Saturday.. :)
well then I won't post that one... lol,,, I have real trouble with things that have to be fed. Since Mr Shooterman let me know I can do sourdough in three days I am in,lol. But going to Bristol and Chicagoland and being to the cabin,,, it's a pain in the drain schleppin that stuff around,lol.... Do you have a machine? I do, mine takes real ingredients... not that gunk perservative infested ones from the store.... I love the thing...
We have 3... ;D ;D I don't use any of them. I like kneading with my hands and working the dough.. 8) 8)I am not sure what to do with this starter my friend gave me. ...It wants you to make 4 more before using it etc and I don't know if I want to do that. :-\ :-\
If I remember correctly you can divide the starter and give it away and then use it. I will have to check into that...I use my machine. It's a bit difficult to work and make bread,,, so I use it to do the work part n then let it rise and do the rest on my own that way. It's a Handy lil sucker for me,lol. If we are not at the cabin,,,on weekends I do it from start to finish though.... if we need some,lol
I hope it is ok for me to add an easy bread recipe. It is one that has been in our family.Beer Bread3 Cups self rising flour, sifted5 tablespoons of sugar1 (12 ounce) can of beer1 tablespoon of oilMix all and place in greased loaf pan. Bake @ 400 for 1 hour. Let me know what you think of this easy recipe.